Graduate Programs

Participating Programs

Several programs participate in BioImaging and BioSystems training at the University of South Alabama.

College of Medicine

PhD Program - Basic Medical Sciences - Biomedical Engineering Track

Students may pursue a doctorate in Biomedical Engineering through the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Basic Medical Sciences. This program is offered in collaboration with faculty of the USA College of Medicine. The program combines an interdisciplinary core curriculum with advanced coursework and research in biomedical engineering.

College of Engineering

DSc Program - Systems Engineering

The Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) Program in System Engineering offers students specialization in an interdisciplinary, collaborative approach to engineering design of complex systems. Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary field of engineering that focuses on how complex engineering projects are designed and managed over their life cycles. The main objectives of the D.Sc. Program are to provide a unique interdisciplinary program that meets the needs of industry and the community in the area of systems engineering, to prepare graduates for leadership positions in applied research that require the use of systems engineering tools to solve complex engineering problems, and to capitalize on the opportunities that result from the interactions of a research university with industry. This program is designed primarily for students who wish to pursue research-based careers in industry and government. Coursework across several systems- related disciplines is coupled with research on a topic pertaining to systems engineering. - See more about the Doctor of Science Program in Systems Engineering in the University Bulletin.

MS Program - Department-Specific

he College of Engineering offers programs leading to degrees of Master of Science in Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.

The programs of study are designed to provide knowledge of modern engineering concepts and practices; to prepare the graduate for the practice of engineering at a higher level of proficiency than attainable with the bachelor's degree; and to prepare the graduate for further study toward the doctoral degree should the graduate so desire. The programs comprise course work and directed theoretical and experimental inquiry in thesis or project research.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering:

Civil Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering